Service

My heart was filled with compassion once I could feel what other people were feeling.  
Youth come to know what's at the heart of The Book of Mormon.
We felt the need to do something for the children
What a wonderful effort by all involved. We have indeed been of service in our communities and we have demonstrated through our efforts to do as the Savior would have done. We have truly been His hands in this work
Ask and it shall be given you, seek and ye shall find, knock and it shall be opened unto you
Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Thank you for inviting us into your home.' She pulled back a bit, looked me in the eyes and burst into tears then said, 'I'm the one who cannot thank you enough. I am so grateful. You have done so much for me. You are my angels.'
I looked up to see my home teachers, one of whom had a big smile on his face. I remember them speaking to me, though I don’t recall what was said... They placed their hands on my head and as they did so I closed my eyes
“I did not realize the full impact of what we were doing. I just knew it was changing me. It was letting me stand in the shoes of those with a disability.'
In the spring of this year, one hundred and sixty brothers and sisters over 75-years-wise were invited to participate in the “Taber Stake Youth Celebrating Taber Stake Seniors” event.
Situated near Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island is Camp Barnard, a 250-acre camp property with extensive hiking trails set among pine, cedar and fir forests and a salmon-bearing stream surrounding 14-acre Young Lake.
“What is faith if it is not translated into action?”